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In order to get the best performance out of our website, we sometimes use small data files on your computer, which is common practice for most large websites.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on your computer or mobile device, when you visit the site. This is in order to remember settings and preferences (such as login, language and layout settings) for a period of time, so you do not need to input the settings every time you enter the same website or move from one page to another on the same site.

How do we use cookies?

A number of pages on use cookies to:

Remember whether or not you have accepted the use of cookies.

To check if you are logged in or not

Anonymously track on-site user behaviour to improve the experience

Enable social plugins such as Linkedin, Twitter, Google+ and Facebook

It is not strictly necessary to accept cookies for the website to function, but doing so, will give you a better experience when you use the site. You may delete or block cookies, but in that case certain features on the site will may not function properly.

Collection, processing and use of personal data

When you visit our site, we collect personal information through forms for job applications, log-in and participation in events. When we collect personal information from you, it will be informed which information is required, which information is optional, and how we use the information given to us. This information will be used only for the stated purpose and will not be disclosed to third parties.

We store data anonymously, and with no relation to your person. This could be e.g.:

  • Your IP address
  • The name of your browser, device or operating system
  • The page or channel you have come to the site from
  • The name of the sub-pages you see on the site

These data are evaluated exclusively to map the use of the site and is used as the basis to develop and enhance the experience on the site. The collection of this data is not mapped in any way that allows us to identify who you are, which means that you stay anonymous while your session is logged.

Use of cookies

On our website, we use so-called cookies. Cookies are small files stored on your computer. Your browser uses cookies to store certain settings and exchange data with our system. These records help us to shape the site to adapt to you and facilitate your use of it. Eg. save specific entries from you, so you do not have to continually repeat them. Your browser can be set to a limited use of cookies, however this can lead to the site to stop working or only work to a limited extent. Cookies can also be deleted via your browser.

Session cookies

Session cookies are deleted as soon as you close your browser window.

Persistent cookies

We use cookies which remain on your hard drive. Their expiry is set to a future date. Should you visit pur site at a later time, we will automatically register that you have visited the site before, and what settings you prefer. These are the so-called long-term cookies (persistent cookies).

Contact concerning protection of your private information

For questions about the collection, processing or use of your personal information, information regarding correction, barring or deletion of data and revocation of given consents please contact:

Analytics tools

This website uses Google Analytics web analytics. This is a service from Google Inc. ("Google"), and Google Analytics uses cookies. The information about your use of this website (incl. Your IP address) generated through cookies is transferred to a Google server in the US and stored there. Google adheres to the data protection provisions of the "US Safe Harbor" agreement and is registered in the "Safe Harbor" program in the Department of Commerce. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of the website, to compile reports for us and to provide additional services associated with website- and internet use.

Google will also transfer any such information to third parties if this is legal or if third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with other data from Google. You can prevent the installation of cookies through the corresponding setting in your browser software; please be advised, however, that by doing so you might not be able to use all features of the website.

If you do not want information about your website visit passed on to Google Analytics, you may install a "deactivation add-on" on your browser. Moreover, we have a setting switch on to make Google Analytics erase the last part of the IP addresses of visitors to our website. In this way, we are not here in possession of data that allows us to conclude anything about your personal information.

Deactivation Add-On can be found here: